Ginza Terrace - open and free
Ginza Mitsukoshi is at the intersection of Ginza Chuo-dori and Harumi-dori. On the 9th floor, Ginza terrace welcomes you with a lawn field and a planting area of seasonal trees and plants. On the wooden deck, there are tables and chairs, and you can use them to have food bought from the basement food section or take out from the cafe on the 9th floor including light meals. At a corner of the terrace, Ginza Shusse Jizoson (the Buddhist Jizo bodhisattva of Ginza) is enshrined, and it is said to grant your success at your work and prosperous business.
Minori cafe where you can taste Japanese seasonal flavors
Minori cafe is on the same floor as the terrace garden and offers seasonal vegetables and fruits at a reasonable price. They mainly serve light meals and desserts made with plenty of vegetables, and they offer several daily menus. Today's Sandwich Set comes with a green salad and a soup. Other popular menus include Hokkaido Fried Potatoes and domestically grown chicken nuggets, with Japanese seasonal and traditional ingredients, rice drinks made with 100% domestic rice and fruit cocktail tea made with domestic tea and fruits.
- Address 4-6-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8212, Japan
Sora to Niwa Ginza, a secret place away from the busy streets
Matsuya Ginza is located along Chuo-dori. Sora to Niwa Ginza is on its roof, and is a popular hide away spot. Various events are held according to the season here. In the rear of the stylish space, Ryuko Fudoson is enshrined, and it is said to grant wish fulfillment, harmony of the family and prosperous business.
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*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.
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